Organized by the International Centre for Chemical Safety and Security (ICCSS) and China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation (CPCIF), CHEMSS2017 Summit will be the second global multi-stakeholder event to addresses chemical and environmental safety and security solutions in the whole supply chain.  CHEMSS2017 brings together chemical and environmental safety and security leaders and practitioners from government, international organizations, industry, academia and civil society in an industry-oriented, science-based, and non-political forum.

CHEMSS2017 Summit is built on the work accomplished at the first global summit CHEMSS2016 (www.chemss2016.org) /Kielce, Poland, 18-20 April 2016/, which gathered over 400 participants from 47 (mainly developing) countries. CHEMSS2016 produced, inter alia, the Summit Declaration and support for global promotion of the acknowledgment the CHEM-FRIENDLY in Safety and Security in China and worldwide, which built a broad environment for the development of chemical and ecological safety and security on the local, national, regional and global levels.

CHEMSS2017 Summit seeks to enhance global chemical safety and security NOT by new regulations or standards but by promotingoperationalizing and internationalizing the existing national and international best practices, trainings, practices and technical solutions, and promoting a positive image and approach of chemical industry and stakeholders.

CHEMSS2017 Summit will further develop the global chemical safety and security community and seek the development of a global chemical an ecological safety and security market. 

 

 

The global partnership between the International Centre for Chemical Safety and Security (ICCSS) and China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation (CPCIF) and the organisation of CHEMSS2017/CPCIC2017 joint high-level plenary session confirms a synergy of efforts  to  globalize chemical safety and security s to meet the highest standards in chemical safety and security in China and worldwide and confirms global reach of Chinese petroleum and chemical industries.

CHEMSS2017/CPCIC2017 joint high-level plenary session will confirm the vision and approach to enhance global chemical safety and security not by new regulations or standards but by promoting,  operationalizing and internationalizing the existing national and international best practices, trainings, practices and technical solutions, and promoting a positive image and approach of chemical industry and stakeholders.

CHEMSS2017/CPCIC2017 joint high-level plenary session will be addressed by senior national, international, industry, and academia representatives. The Session will adopt the CHEMSS2017